CE Information

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Why CEs?

CEs, or continuing education, means the variety of forms of learning, experiences, including, but not limited to lectures, conferences, academic studies and independent/home study programs undertaken by certified addiction professionals for recertification.

The primary purpose of continuing education is to enhance the quality of substance abuse counseling delivered to the public. This is accomplished by restricting advanced continuing education courses to subjects which relate to alcohol and drug abuse counseling and treatment. Certified alcohol and/or drug counselors are required to obtain 50 hours of continuing education toward renewal of certification.

 
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BHAP CEs

Continuing Education is offered by Behavioral Health Association of Providers and is approved by the below credentialing bodies:

  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse Certification Board of Georgia: Provider Number - 20-09-18-0000.
  • CCAPP (California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals): Provider Number - 2N-18-292-0522.
  • NAADAC (National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors): Provider Number - 176068 (Tier A).

CEs will only be available free to those who attend the live webinars, unless otherwise stated. Attendance will be monitored. In order to complete the CE requirements, attendees must complete the test that will be provided. Check out our CEs for sale here.

Always retain your hand-copy CE Certificates of Completion for a minimum period of four (4) years from the date of completion.

 
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BHAP Approved Providers

The following organizations are approved by BHAP to provide CEs for education. BHAP approved status confirms that the education offered by an approved provider have been reviewed, making sure they meet professional education standards. BHAP approved providers are responsible for conducting educational events that reflect current needs.

  • Counselor Magazine
  • CCAPP (California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals).
  • Oklahoma
  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse Certification Board of Georgia
  • Tennessee Certification Board

If you're interested in joining this list, we will have an application form up soon.

 
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Frequently Asked Questions regarding BHAP CEs

Are you interested in BHAP trainings that offer CEs? Check here for upcoming trainings, and here for webinars we have for sale that offer up CEs.

Have you taken a webinar / workshop from BHAP that was eligible for CEs but not sure what to do next?

A reminder that you will be sent an email within a few business days with instructions on how to access the quiz. It will come from an email with an @bhap.us domain and may wind up in your spam folder, so please consider whitelisting the domain and checking your spam folder before reaching out to BHAP.

You need a login for the BHAP website in order to access the quiz and any additional material. This is free of charge. The login email must match the one we have on file.

If you can't remember your password, you can click the 'Lost your password?' link under the login button (both on the sidebar and in the footer of the website) to get a password reminder.

Once you log in, your account page will have a link to all BHAP webinars you have access to (either ones you've purchased or have registered for in the past). You can also access all the webinars for sale by going to Education > BHAP Events or Store > Webinars for Sale.

If you still are having problems at this point, please feel free to contact us.

 

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